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LINGUIST List 27.1535

Fri Apr 01 2016

Donate to Enter and Win Our Publisher Prize Giveaway!

Editor for this issue: Sara Couture <saralinguistlist.org>

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Date: 01-Apr-2016
From: LINGUIST List <linguistlinguistlist.org>
Subject: Donate to Enter and Win Our Publisher Prize Giveaway!
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Dear Fellow Linguists,

Today we are rolling out our first Publisher Prize lottery! In our lottery for this coming week, we are showcasing some pretty cool bundle of prizes from our Supporting Publishers. This is how the lottery is going to work: for every $10 that you donate, your name is entered to win one of these very linguistic-y prizes. So, if you donate $50, your name will be entered 5 times, and that increases your chances of winning that much more. Even if you can only donate $20 or $30, you still have a good chance of winning!

Here is the list of the prizes we're giving away in our first prize bundle:

From Brill: 2 one-year journal subscriptions to the journal Cognitive Semantics (you can read more about the journal here: http://goo.gl/FLaZqC). This one is for the cognitive linguists and the semanticists among you.

From Cambridge University Press: The Cambridge Handbook of Endangered Languages (http://goo.gl/GrqenL),edited by Peter K. Austin and Julia Sallabank. If you are interested in documenting endangered languages and the underlying causes of language endangerment, this will be the book for you.

From De Gruyter Mouton: an e-book of Vowel-Shifting in the English Language by Kamil Kazmierski. This book would be ideal for those among you interested in Optimality Theory and evolutionary phonology. Read more about the book here: http://goo.gl/DvXsGh

From Edinburgh University Press: For the morphologists and semanticists out there! The Semantics of Word Formation and Lexicalization, by Pius ten Hacken and Claire Thomas, is ideal if you are interested at looking at word formation from various theoretical frameworks. Read the book's full abstract here: http://goo.gl/DtJQqf

From Elsevier: 1 personal one-year electronic subscription to an Elsevier linguistics journal of the winner’s choice. You can see the complete list of their linguistic journals here: https://goo.gl/NaswSa. They have a diverse range of journals, from general linguistics, language education, neurolinguistics, pragmatics and much more!

From John Benjamins: 1 journal subscription of the winner's choice from any of their 70+ journals. See the full listing of their journals here: http://goo.gl/lvCacl. Interested in Syntax? Sociolinguistics? Historical Linguistics? Whatever your chosen discipline, John Benjamins has a journal for you.

From the University of Nebraska Press: 2 one-year subscriptions to the online version of Anthropological Linguistics. Read more about the journal here: http://goo.gl/shD9Z7 This is a great resource not only for the anthropological linguists among us, but also if your research interests lie in the fields of historical linguistics, corpus linguistics, discourse, or many other fields!


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If you donate between now until next Friday April 8 at 5 pm, your name will be entered to win one of these fantastic prizes. You can donate by following the link below:

http://goo.gl/e656LG

Keep an eye out for more competitions and publisher raffles as our Fund Drive progresses. If you miss this week's lottery, there will be many more great prizes from our supporting publishers in the coming month, so stay tuned to our social media pages to hear about more prizes that you can win.

Also, if you cannot donate monetarily, you can donate your time by helping spread the word about our Fund Drive. You can do so by liking, sharing, and retweeting on social media, as well as telling others in your department and your local linguistic community the old-fashioned way by word of mouth!

In addition to the one-time donations to our Fund Drive, you can also become a recurring donor and support LINGUIST List on a long-term basis. Find out how by following this link:

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Thanks and good luck!

Linguistically yours,
The LINGUIST List Crew




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